Sean talks with Thomas Schultz, who found thousands of paintings in a garage when he was looking at houses on Long Island. The owners told him to throw it away but he kept it and it is now worth $30 million.
Bill Ferris is one of this country's leading folklorists. His new work, Give My Poor Heart Ease, includes a book, a CD and a DVD. It is a collection of original recordings that Bill made in his native Mississippi.
Karen Brandt was a flight attendant in the 60s, and one night, Judy Garland boarded her flight from Las Vegas to New York. By the end of the flight, Karen said Judy had taught her some new skills, including how to get changed in public without showing any skin.
The Cochrane Furniture Factory in Lincolnton, North Carolina had always been a family run firm, making wooden furniture since before the Civil War, but it closed three years ago feeling outnumbered by China. Recently, they decided to re-open the plant.
Randall Arauz is a marine biologist in Costa Rica who has been working for years to protect sea turtles there. One day he saw a video documenting "shark finning." Fishermen haul in sharks, cut off the fins, and dump the bodies of the sharks back into the ocean.